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    Brass or nylon brush in barrel?

    I just shot my tx22 for the first time today. Can I use a brass brush for the barrel or nylon. The manual doesn't say. Thanks in advance.

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    Use either, they will not hurt a thing. I prefer brass/bronze myself.

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    Ty bud

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    I have both, and brass always works better for me.
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    Ty sir

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    I prefer nylon brushes myself with some gun cleaners I have for brass has been left behind in the rifling. Others may disagree but that is what i have found.

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    I use both, nylon mostly...always a wet brass/bronze brush.
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    Thanks guys

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    I use Nylon Brushes exclusively, as recommended by many custom Barrel makers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    I use both, nylon mostly...always a wet brass/bronze brush.
    To specify, you mean wet as in dipped in Hoppes #9, correct? (I mean, that's how I roll with my brushes )
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